Publication

(2019). The Need for Impact Evaluation in Electricity Access Research. Energy Policy 137: 111099. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2019). The European Union Emissions Trading System Reduced CO2 Emissions Despite Low Prices. Working paper. [PDF].

(2019). Shades of Darkness or Light? A Systematic Review of Geographic Bias in Impact Evaluations of Electricity Access. Energy Research & Social Science 58: 101236. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2019). Many Voices in the Room: A National Survey Experiment on How Framing Changes Views Toward Fracking in the United States. Energy Research & Social Science 56: 101213. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2018). Escaping the Energy Poverty Trap: When and How Governments Power the Lives of the Poor. MIT Press. Cambridge, MA. [Publisher] [Buy].

(2018). Economics of Household Technology Adoption in Developing Countries: Evidence from Solar Technology Adoption in Rural India. Energy Economics 72:35-46. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2017). Does Basic Energy Access Generate Socioeconomic Benefits? A Field Experiment with Off-grid Solar Power in India. Science Advances 3(5):e1602153. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2016). It Is All about Political Incentives: Democracy and the Renewable Feed-in Tariff. Journal of Politics 78(2):603-619. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2016). Explaining Differences in Sub-national Patterns of Clean Technology Transfer to China and India. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law, and Economics 16(2):261-283. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2015). The Political Economy of Energy Access: Survey Evidence from India on State Intervention and Public Opinion. Energy Research & Social Science 94:28-36. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2015). When International Organizations Bargain: Evidence from the Global Environment Facility. Journal of Conflict Resolution 59(6):1074-1100. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2015). Small and Beautiful? The Programme of Activities and the Least Developed Countries. Climate and Development 7(2):153-164. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2015). Quantifying Slum Electrification in India and Explaining Local Variation.. Energy 80:203-212. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2014). Choosing International Organizations: When Do States and the World Bank Collaborate on Environmental Projects?. Review of International Organizations 9(4):413-440. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2014). Laissez Faire and the Clean Development Mechanism: Determinants of Project Implementation in Indian states, 2003–2011. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 16:1687-1701. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2014). Information and Energy Policy Preferences: A Survey Experiment on Public Opinion about Electricity Pricing Reform in Rural India. Economics of Governance 15(4):305-327. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2014). Does It Pay to Play? How Bargaining Shapes Donor Participation in the Funding of Environmental Protection. Strategic Behavior and the Environment 4(3):263-290. [PDF] [Proofs].

(2014). Who Blames Corruption for the Poor Enforcement of Environmental Laws? Survey Evidence from Brazil. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 16(3):241-262. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2013). Leveraging Private Capital for Climate Mitigation: Evidence from the Clean Development Mechanism. Ecological Economics 96:14-24. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2013). Understanding Environmental Policy Preferences: New Evidence from Brazil. Ecological Economics 94:28-36. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2013). Global Patterns of Renewable Energy Innovation, 1990–2009. Energy for Sustainable Development 17(3):288-295. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2013). Who Uses the Clean Development Mechanism? An Empirical Analysis of Projects in Chinese Provinces. Global Environmental Change 23(2):512-521. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2013). External Sources of Clean Technology: Evidence from the Clean Development Mechanism. Review of International Organizations 8(1):81-109. [PDF] [Data and code].

(2013). Funding Global Public Goods: The Dark Side of Multilateralism. Review of Policy Research 30(2):160-189. [PDF].